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import pygame
import numpy # import is unused but required or we fail later
from pygame.constants import K_DOWN, K_UP, KEYDOWN, KEYUP, QUIT
import pygame.surfarray
import pygame.key
def function_intercept(intercepted_func, intercepting_func):
Intercepts a method call and calls the supplied intercepting_func with the result of it's call and it's arguments
def get_event(result_of_real_event_get, *args, **kwargs):
# do work
return result_of_real_event_get
pygame.event.get = function_intercept(pygame.event.get, get_event)
:param intercepted_func: The function we are going to intercept
:param intercepting_func: The function that will get called after the intercepted func. It is supplied the return
value of the intercepted_func as the first argument and it's args and kwargs.
:return: a function that combines the intercepting and intercepted function, should normally be set to the
intercepted_functions location
def wrap(*args, **kwargs):
real_results = intercepted_func(*args, **kwargs) # call the function we are intercepting and get it's result
intercepted_results = intercepting_func(real_results, *args, **kwargs) # call our own function a
return intercepted_results
return wrap
class PyGamePlayer(object):
def __init__(self, force_game_fps=10, run_real_time=False, pass_quit_event=True):
Abstract class for learning agents, such as running reinforcement learning neural nets against PyGame games.
The get_keys_pressed and get_feedback methods must be overriden by a subclass to use
Call start method to start playing intercepting PyGame and training our machine
:param force_game_fps: Fixes the pygame timer functions so the ai will get input as if it were running at this
:type force_game_fps: int
:param run_real_time: If True the game will actually run at the force_game_fps speed
:type run_real_time: bool
:param pass_quit_event: If True the ai will be asked for the quit event
:type pass_quit_event: bool
self.force_game_fps = force_game_fps
"""Fixes the pygame timer functions so the ai will get input as if it were running at this fps"""
self.run_real_time = run_real_time
"""If True the game will actually run at the force_game_fps speed"""
self.pass_quit_event = pass_quit_event
"""Decides whether the quit event should be passed on to the game"""
self._keys_pressed = []
self._last_keys_pressed = []
self._playing = False
self._default_flip = pygame.display.flip
self._default_update = pygame.display.update
self._default_event_get = pygame.event.get
self._default_time_clock = pygame.time.Clock
self._default_get_ticks = pygame.time.get_ticks
self._game_time = 0.0
def get_keys_pressed(self, screen_array, feedback, terminal):
Called whenever the screen buffer is refreshed. returns the keys we want pressed in the next until the next
screen refresh
:param screen_array: 3d numpy.array of float. screen_width * screen_height * rgb
:param feedback: result of call to get_feedback
:param terminal: boolean, True if we have reached a terminal state, meaning the next frame will be a restart
:return: a list of the integer values of the keys we want pressed. See pygame.constants for values
raise NotImplementedError("Please override this method")
def get_feedback(self):
Overriden method should hook into game events to give feeback to the learning agent
:return: First = value we want to give as reward/punishment to our learning agent
Second = Boolean true if we have reached a terminal state
:rtype: tuple (float, boolean)
raise NotImplementedError("Please override this method")
def start(self):
Start playing the game. We will now start listening for screen updates calling our play and reward functions
and returning our intercepted key presses
if self._playing:
raise Exception("Already playing")
pygame.display.flip = function_intercept(pygame.display.flip, self._on_screen_update)
pygame.display.update = function_intercept(pygame.display.update, self._on_screen_update)
pygame.event.get = function_intercept(pygame.event.get, self._on_event_get)
pygame.time.Clock = function_intercept(pygame.time.Clock, self._on_time_clock)
pygame.time.get_ticks = function_intercept(pygame.time.get_ticks, self.get_game_time_ms)
# TODO: handle pygame.time.set_timer...
self._playing = True
def stop(self):
Stop playing the game. Will try and return PyGame to the state it was in before we started
if not self._playing:
raise Exception("Already stopped")
pygame.display.flip = self._default_flip
pygame.display.update = self._default_update
pygame.event.get = self._default_event_get
pygame.time.Clock = self._default_time_clock
pygame.time.get_ticks = self._default_get_ticks
self._playing = False
def playing(self):
Returns if we are in a state where we are playing/intercepting PyGame calls
:return: boolean
return self._playing
def playing(self, value):
if self._playing == value:
if self._playing:
def get_ms_per_frame(self):
return 1000.0 / self.force_game_fps
def get_game_time_ms(self):
return self._game_time
def _on_time_clock(self, real_clock, *args, **kwargs):
return self._FixedFPSClock(self, real_clock)
def _on_screen_update(self, _, *args, **kwargs):
surface_array = pygame.surfarray.array3d(pygame.display.get_surface())
reward, terminal = self.get_feedback()
keys = self.get_keys_pressed(surface_array, reward, terminal)
self._last_keys_pressed = self._keys_pressed
self._keys_pressed = keys
# now we have processed a frame increment the game timer
self._game_time += self.get_ms_per_frame()
def _on_event_get(self, _, *args, **kwargs):
key_up_events = []
if len(self._last_keys_pressed) > 0:
diff_list = list(set( self._last_keys_pressed) - set(self._keys_pressed))
key_up_events = [pygame.event.Event(KEYUP, {"key": x}) for x in diff_list]
key_down_events = [pygame.event.Event(KEYDOWN, {"key": x}) for x in self._keys_pressed]
result = []
# have to deal with arg type filters
if args:
if hasattr(args[0], "__iter__"):
args = args[0]
for type_filter in args:
if type_filter == QUIT:
if type_filter == QUIT:
if self.pass_quit_event:
for e in _:
if e.type == QUIT:
pass # never quit
elif type_filter == KEYUP:
result = result + key_up_events
elif type_filter == KEYDOWN:
result = result + key_down_events
result = key_down_events + key_up_events
if self.pass_quit_event:
for e in _:
if e.type == QUIT:
return result
def __enter__(self):
return self
def __exit__(self, exc_type, exc_val, exc_tb):
class _FixedFPSClock(object):
def __init__(self, pygame_player, real_clock):
self._pygame_player = pygame_player
self._real_clock = real_clock
def tick(self, _=None):
if self._pygame_player.run_real_time:
return self._real_clock.tick(self._pygame_player.force_game_fps)
return self._pygame_player.get_ms_per_frame()
def tick_busy_loop(self, _=None):
if self._pygame_player.run_real_time:
return self._real_clock.tick_busy_loop(self._pygame_player.force_game_fps)
return self._pygame_player.get_ms_per_frame()
def get_time(self):
return self._pygame_player.get_game_time_ms()
def get_raw_time(self):
return self._pygame_player.get_game_time_ms()
def get_fps(self):
return int(1.0 / self._pygame_player.get_ms_per_frame())